What Exactly Is Squirting?

We’ve seen it in videos, just as the woman is orgasming she gushes a bunch of fluid from her vagina. If you haven’t seen it, take a moment to look up squirting on Google. Chances are you’ll find an abundance of videos. It’s incredibly sexy. You may be wondering how it happens and you wouldn’t be alone. Doctors are still in debate about how squirting happens. Research is limited and what has been done has not been scientifically conclusive. However, here are a few things we do know.


It’s Not Urine

Squirting takes place when the Skene’s glands are stimulated. The Skene’s glands are located on either side of the urethra and resemble the male prostate gland. When a woman’s g-spot is stimulated, these glands are prompted to produce female ejaculate. The fluid that results when a woman squirts can resemble urine and does have a small dilution of it but it is chemically different. It contains higher levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA) and prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP). Depending on the woman, the fluid can also vary in consistency and odor but it is usually colorless.


Any Woman Can Squirt

Squirting is produced by G-spot and Skene gland stimulation. So, every woman is capable of squirting. The real question is can she? That answer depends on the individual woman and many factors are at play. She has to be mentally and physically comfortable. Due to its controversy, some women my not feel comfortable with the idea of squirting and tense up when it’s about to happen. You’ll need to provide an environment that makes her feel comfortable and reassure her that squirting is natural and you welcome it.


G Marks The Spot

The G-spot is the key to making a woman squirt. You’ll need to locate it if you want squirting to happen. It is found on the front vaginal wall about two knuckles deep. The spot is fairly easily recognized as it will be inflamed and will not feel like the rest of the vaginal wall. Fully stimulating the G-spot requires a fair amount of pressure applied vigorously. Make sure she wet and/or use lube before any kind of penetration is attempted.

There is still more research to be done but what we do know is that is happens, it requires some basic knowledge to make it happen, and it’s really arousing for both parties. Check out some of the other blog posts to get more in depth tips about how to make a woman squirt.

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